16th World Congress of traditional Chinese Medicine opens in Budapest
Xinhua News Agency, Budapest, November 8 (Reporter Yuan Liang) the 16th World Congress of traditional Chinese Medicine and the "Belt and Road Initiative" academic Exchange of traditional Chinese Medicine opened in Budapest, Hungary, on the 8th. Nearly 800 representatives of the Chinese medicine industry from more than 30 countries and regions attended the meeting to exchange views on the inheritance and innovation of traditional Chinese medicine and the training of traditional Chinese medicine personnel.
The World Congress of traditional Chinese Medicine is a global academic conference in the field of traditional Chinese medicine, which is sponsored by the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies headquartered in Beijing. The two-day session, organized by the Central and Eastern European Society of traditional Chinese Medicine and the Hungarian Society of traditional Chinese Medicine, is entitled "Health and harmonious Destiny linked to Disease Prevention and strengthening the hearts and minds of the people".
In his speech, Ma Jianzhong, president of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, said: it is believed that this conference will certainly promote exchanges and cooperation among Chinese medicine enterprises in various countries and regions, among Chinese medicine organizations, and between traditional Chinese medicine and traditional medicine. We will promote the process of internationalization of traditional Chinese medicine and effectively benefit human health.
Hendjobao, vice chairman of the Hungarian Parliament, said that traditional Chinese medicine is not only the treasure of the Chinese nation, but also the common wealth of the people of the world. The concept of "treating no disease" in traditional Chinese medicine is very wise and is worth learning from all over the world, including Hungary.
Chinese Ambassador to Hungary Duan Jielong said that the Hungarian government and medical circles hold an open and inclusive attitude and attach great importance to the development of traditional Chinese medicine in Hungary, and have made painstaking efforts and made remarkable achievements to this end. The convening of the conference will certainly add a newer and more beautiful color to the picture of friendship between China and Hungary.
Chen Zhen, president of traditional Chinese medicine in Central and Eastern Europe, said that the recently released "opinions of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council on promoting the inheritance, Innovation and Development of traditional Chinese Medicine" has pointed out the direction for the inheritance, innovation and development of traditional Chinese medicine in the new era, and has greatly encouraged the practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine. It is hoped that the conference will contribute to the further promotion of traditional Chinese medicine overseas.